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Amar brings program leadership and innovation from previous roles at Emory University and Boston College; she will begin Jan. 1.
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The Virgin Hotels Las Vegas name may be new, but the property is hoping to keep some familiar faces around after it undergoes renovation.
Legal sports wagering is spreading; online and mobile betting is increasing, and the NFL's RedZone channel is almost addictive. But there's nothing quite like wagering and watching games in Las Vegas. Its sports books lead the way in technology, comfort, and camaraderie. With multiple games broadcast on multiple screens, with bets riding on nearly every play, there can be anticipatory hushes, lusty cheers and despairing boos simultaneously.
New Jersey still ranks among national leaders in terms of casino gaming's economic impact but other states, including nearby competitors, are gaining ground, according to a recent report.
Las Vegas and Atlantic City have been compared for decades as the nation’s two premier casino destinations, including when it comes to public safety.
Four of the largest gaming companies in Nevada are undergoing often traumatic transitions, according to CDC Gaming Reports.
There was a time when people went to casinos expressly to gamble. But about 30 years ago, meetings and events at gaming destinations began to gain some serious traction.